Mandy Meadows is a fine jazz, pop and soul singer who has performed at several of Australiass and New Zealands most iconic music venues. She draws her musical inspiration from jazz and soul icons such as Diana Krall, Etta James, Alicia Keys and Amy Winehouse, to name a few. In addition to her work as a professional session vocalist for TV and radio, and her regular live performances at Australian corporate events, Mandys 2013 performance credits include lead vocals at several Australian jazz festivals, the lead vocalist for the Irish dancing spectacular, Celtic Illusion (which is being performed all over Australia and will soon be performed internationally) and a lead role in the critically acclaimed Australian cabaret show, The Divine Ms Bette. Mandy holds a post-graduate degree in Jazz Vocals from the Queensland Conservatorium of Music, and her original music has been aired on 4ZzZfm Queensland, Edge FM Tasmania, RRR, PBS and SYN FM Melbourne, and ABCs RAGE.
More TV appearances followed including Talking Telephone Numbers. Andy became much loved by Britain’s younger viewers (and their Parents) when he starred for 4 years as Patrick the Baker in Channel 5’s award winning show ‘Havakazoo’. In 1998 Des O’Connor invited Andy onto his famous couch and the merriment that ensued saw a return spot immediately booked for Des’s next series. Andy has also appeared on TV alongside such performers as Rod Stewart, Celine Dion, West Life, Shania Twain, Michael Bolton, Sir Cliff Richard, The Two Ronnies, Jim Davidson, Joe Pasquale, Ben Elton, The Spice Girls, Enrique Inglesias etc…..